Baltimore Ravens Running Back Suffers Concussion On Sunday

He left Sunday's game against the Cincinnati Bengals early.

Baltimore Ravens head coach John Harbaugh said running back Gus Edwards suffered a concussion and is in the league protocol. 

Edwards left the regular season finale against the Bengals with what was deemed a "head injury," and he now has been confirmed to have suffered a concussion on the play. 

The running back will have to clear the NFL's five-step concussion protocol in order to suit up for the rematch in the wild-card round.

Regardless of Edwards' status, J.K. Dobbins will lead the Ravens' backfield, but Kenyan Drake and Justice Hill could see more touches if Edwards can't go.

In nine games this season, the twenty-seven-year-old has carried the ball 87 times for 433 yards and three touchdowns, averaging a strong 5.0 yards per carry.
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